For Women’s Rights, It’s Not Enough for the Next Supreme Court Justice to Be Moderate: She Has to be a Fighter

The ever-changing political climate of American has shaped the journey of women’s reproductive rights through our legal system. From the moderate Republicanism of the 70s when Roe v. Wade was decided, to the neo-conservatism of the 80s and 90s, the court’s attitude towards women’s rights has shifted along side. Now, at a time of “us versus them” identity politics, […]

Donald Trump Is a Lot Like Hitler. Just Ask His Fans.

It’s in vogue for many of Donald Trump’s “haters” to compare the man to a modern-day Hitler. Whether it’s because of his inflammatory rhetoric—that he supports a database of refugees to monitor them, thinks Mexicans as rapists who will pay for a border wall to keep themselves out, tweeted a meme that black people kill each other a lot, and utters a plethora of shameful comments to and about […]